Sun Haochen, The University of Hong Kong
Haochen is currently an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong and Deputy Director of the Law and Technology Center at HKU. He taught at the University of California, Davis, School of Law as a Visiting Professor in the fall of 2012. Haochen teaches and writes in the areas of intellectual property and property. His scholarship draws on social, cultural, and political thought to explore the theoretical foundations of intellectual property and property law. His most recent research is concerned with intellectual property protection of luxury goods, the ideas of social responsibility and justice in intellectual property law, the reconceptualization of the nature of fair use in copyright law, and a new social-political theory of the public trust doctrine. During the past few years, Haochen worked on theoretical and policy studies of various intellectual property issues, such as copyright protection and digital technology, the three-step test used in international copyright treaties, and patent and public health.